Student Spotlight: Beth Gazes
Congratulations to third-year student Beth Gazes whose article, Tiny Homes and New York: Making Way for Housing Options, has been published in the New York Zoning Law and Practice Report.
Beth chose the topic to explore how Suffolk County might accommodate tiny homes such as those seen on popular television shows. Written as an assignment for Professor Salkin's Land Use, Zoning & Planning class, the paper introduces various types of tiny home-living within the context of sustainable housing for all ages, especially on Long Island.
Beth is an appointed member of the Advisory Board of Touro's Institute For Land Use And Sustainable Development Law and will graduate in May. After the bar exam she hopes to practice law with a firm that specializes in Land Use, Zoning, and Planning.